The Little Black Gallery London promotes the latest series Mail Order by fine art photographer Marianna Rothen. In Mail Order, Rothen herself is the sultry, sexy subject – an archetype inspired by the silver screen. With a collection of male mannequins, she takes part in a dystopic scenography informed by real-life anxieties around gender and patriarchy, played out against a backdrop worn interiors and natural surroundings. In her series Mail Order (2017), the female characters of Marianna Rothen’s imaginary universe are shown for the first time in the company of men. Until now, men have remained decidedly absent in Rothen’s...
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